The digital version of Surrender to the Flow Issue No. 75 is available now at www.gum.co/sttf75 for free or by donation. This issue includes information about this year's Labor Day Weekend Run at Dick's---where to eat, things to do, and things you need to know about the area. The issue also contains reviews of the first half of Summer Tour 2022; articles about WaterWheel's 25th Anniversary, fans helping others, an interview with Jovi, and things to do during the day in Colorado; and regular STTF features (among other things) like recipes, My First Show, Phish Changed My Life, Everybody Loves Statistics, Read the Book book reviews, Celebrations, fan fiction, and a puzzle.
If you're going to be at Dick's today and this weekend, you may be able to find a free copy from someone distributing it on lot. You can also order that a copy be mailed to you by sending $5 via PayPal to firstname.lastname@example.org ($2 for each additional copy in the same envelope), and don't forget to put your mailing address in the notes.
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